Lazy Acre Log Cabins

35 Roadknight St, Lakes Entrance, Victoria, 3909, Australia | Ranch
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This ranch is located on 35 Roadknight St, Lakes Entrance.
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Travel Blogs from Lakes Entrance

Lakes Entrance to Inverloch

A travel blog entry by davidp.sara on May 21, 2014

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... but it's a fraction of the cost of the Big 4 as all you have are gardens and amenities. Believe me it's all you need. It was tranquil close to the beach and the amenities were spotless. There were 3 vans there and us out of 130 sites. After setting up we had a lovely drive on the tourist route to Eagles Nest lookout and caves. really beautiful.

Tomorrow we head to Melbourne.


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Cape Conran

A travel blog entry by lambfry on May 06, 2014

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... like (remains) because I was disappointed to discover a block of concrete about the size of a slab of beer (not half a house). Such a wally. Anyway. I had seen a lighthouse in the distance when we had arrived so I suggested we go looking for it. The obvious thing was to look along the waters edge. The wind was howling and the surf was really beating down...but still ...

Where the Forest Meets the Sea

A travel blog entry by 2cmenages on Dec 22, 2013

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... the impressive lookout over Disaster Bay and a beautiful secluded little cove called Bittangabee Bay where we of course continued the intensive long jump training.

From here we spent our final 3 days in Lakes Entrance, which was a childhood seaside holiday destination that Claire had fond memories of. Thankfully we arrived on a beautiful day; the mercury actually topped 42 degree during the drive in. The nice weather allowed us to enjoy the colours and scenery ...

Kid's paradise

A travel blog entry by kendricks on Nov 04, 2013

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... setting off. Our run to Lakes Entrance today was 200 km so quite a bit more than recent runs. Mitchell had a decent sleep and even Ayla dozed for a while. She always claims that she hasn’t been asleep – as if sitting in her chair with her chin in the air, mouth wide open and eyes closed is just how she prefers to travel!

We stopped for lunch at Orbost, a little historical town on the Snowy River before travelling the last little way to Lakes Entrance. ...

Where the Snowy meets the Sea

A travel blog entry by muzoconnor on Sep 10, 2013

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... worked out that we are getting 8.7 litres per 100 km, not bad for a ****** old ute.


Then we came back to the caravan park which is across the road from where the Snowy meets the Ocean. The Snowy is just amazing and I took a few photo's which I deleted by mistake, one is okay but not the best. This relaxing is going to my head, everything is slowing down.

We then drove out to the Cabbage Tree Creek Flora Reserve and after a 10 ...